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Batting average  .185
Role  Baseball player
Home runs  11
Height  1.88 m

Runs batted in  37
Weight  86 kg
Name  Adrian Garrett
Education  Sarasota High School
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Henry Adrian "Smokey" Garrett, Jr. (born January 3, 1943) is a former professional baseball player who played eight seasons for the Atlanta Braves, Chicago Cubs, Oakland Athletics, and California Angels of Major League Baseball.

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Garrett struggled in the major leagues, compiling a .185 batting average, with 11 home runs and 37 runs batted in. Garrett later starred for the Hiroshima Carp in Japan, however, hitting 102 home runs in three seasons. Garrett's 1979 Hiroshima team won the Japan Series against Charlie Manuel and the Kintetsu Buffaloes.

During the course of his career, for all seasons in all leagues, Garrett slugged a total of 424 home runs, broken down as follows:

  • U.S. Minor Leagues: 280
  • Japan: 102
  • Venezuelan Winter League: 31 (regular & postseason)
  • Major Leagues: 11
  • Also, during the course of his career, he achieved the following totals:

  • 9,017 Plate Appearances (estimated)
  • 3,691 Total Bases
  • 2,348 Games
  • 1,998 Hits
  • 1,388 RBI's
  • 780 extra base hits
  • Garrett served as hitting coach for the Louisville Bats, the Triple-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, from 2003 through 2011. He served in this capacity for the 2011 season, along with Pitching Coach Ted Power and Manager Rick Sweet. From 2012-2015, Garrett's role has been that of a part-time instructor for Cincinnati during spring training, post-draft mini-camp, instructional league and the regular season.

    Garrett's younger brother, Wayne Garrett, was a member of the 1969 World Series champion New York Mets.

    Halls of Fame

    Garrett is a member two Baseball Halls of Fame: the Tacoma (WA) Baseball Hall of Fame and the Appleton (WI) Baseball Hall of Fame.

    References

    Adrian Garrett Wikipedia